EBS-Snorky Subwoofer Gallery


Photo - Donuts

The port intakes are fitted with donuts, effectively providing a 13mm flare. The internals of all joins are hand sanded to ensure there are no sharp edges that could whistle or otherwise contribute to turbulence. Notice the rollover on the inside edges of the shelf brace


Inside view

Photo - Inside view

Ports are supported by shelf brace. The intakes have plenty of breathing room. Closed cell foam will be glued onto the top and bottom panels before the back is glued on. Notice how the slots in the side walls for the shelf brace stop short of the back of the box


Front view

Photo - Front view

Cabinet washed down ready for the new owner to apply the poly finish


Ports - side

Photo - Ports - side

The ports needed to be be bent 90 degrees to fit into the box. The shelf brace provides crucial support


Hot melt glue

Photo - Hot melt glue

This view shows how hot-melt glue can be used to hold the ports within the brace. Quite a gap can be filled


Flush mounted

Photo - Flush mounted

Ports are flush mounted for a clean finish. Slight gap will be filled when the poly finish is applied


Amp recess

Photo - Amp recess

This view shows recess for amplifier. Rollover bit was run around opening for a smooth edge. Also visible is the closed cell foam glued to the floor to help cut down vertical resonances


Front panel

Photo - Front panel

This view shows rebate for driver as well as flush mounting of ports


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